Tag Archives: Marvin Blickenstaff

Attitude Adjustment

You go to workshops and conferences hoping to learning something new. How much you learn depends in part on how much you already knew. Some sessions are great, some are not. Sometimes I walk away thinking I don’t know a … Continue reading

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They are beautiful human beings

They walk into our studios. Vulnerable. For whatever reason they have decided to make the switch from another teacher. We don’t really know why – we are careful not to get into the reasons. But we represent a move to … Continue reading

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Conference in September

One of the best pedagogy conferences is the Alberta Piano Teachers’ Association conference, held every year in September. This year’s headliner is Marvin Blickenstaff – no stranger to piano teachers in North America. By all accounts, he’s well worth hearing. … Continue reading

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